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HUJAN 1985

Sebuah titik - titik kecil yang mampu membasahi diri
menghapus semua rasa yang masih ada
membiarkannya mengalir dan kemudian berlalu
hanya meninggalkan jejak basah kemudian mengering
seharusnya seperti itu ...

Namun setelah mengering kenapa dia tak kunjung hilang
harusnya harus selalu basah
dan kemudian aku akan tenang akhirnya ...

nuansa yang mengubah segalanya
aku menyukainya
menyukai titik - titik yang mampu membasahi diri

yang selalu akan memberikan ketenangan
membelai dengan dingin yang menyusup ke raga
seakan mengatakan bahwa rasa itu masih ada

aku menyukai dan membencinya
namun itu akan selalu begini
merasakan nikmatnya

terima kasih hujan rasa ...
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Submitted on September 21, 2014

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Mohammad Noh bin Salleh (born 15 March 1985) is a Malaysian singer-songwriter, musician, and record producer. He is best known as the frontman and principal songwriter of the rock band Hujan, with whom they have released six studio albums. He has also recorded with his side project EP, "Angin Kencang" and "Debu Bercahaya" as a solo artist. Born and raised in Miri, Sarawak, Noh moved to Kuala Lumpur and work as an assistant in recording studio own by Ahmad Idham. In between music sessions, he self-taught musical knowledge and ask the musicians about jazz chords that interested him. He began his career with Hujan in 2005, along with guitarist AG Coco who became a dominant figure in independent music scene. Their self-titled debut album Hujan in 2008, became the fastest-selling debut album in Malaysia history with massive success from the single "Pagi yang Gelap" and "Bila Aku Sudah Tiada".  more…

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